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Ethiopia Releases Opposition Leaders From Prison, Announces Political Dialogue

Ethiopia has freed several opposition leaders from prison, the state broadcaster reported on Friday, as the government said it would begin dialogue with political...

Ethiopia Frees Prominent Opposition Figure

Ethiopia on Friday freed high-profile opposition leader Eskinder Nega, one of several leading government opponents rounded up after deadly protests in 2020, his party...

US Special Envoy For Horn of Africa to Leave Post

U.S. Special Envoy for the Horn of Africa Jeffrey Feltman will step down from his post this month after more than nine months in...

Doctors Say Lives Are Lost in Hospitals in Ethiopia’s Tigray Due to Dwindling Supplies, Blame Blockade

In the largest hospital in Ethiopia's Tigray region, a child wounded in an air strike bled to death after doctors ran out of gauze...

US Envoy Feltman to Visit Ethiopia Thurs, Meet with Officials

U.S. Horn of Africa envoy Jeffrey Feltman will visit Ethiopia on Thursday for meetings with senior government officials to discuss peace talks, a senior...

Sudan’s Security Forces Fire Tear Gas to Disperse Latest Round of Protests

Security forces fired tear gas to disperse large crowds demonstrating against military rule and recent protester deaths across the Sudanese capital Khartoum and neighbouring...

U.S. Urges Civilian Rule After Sudan’s PM Quits

The United States has urged Sudanese leaders to ensure civilian rule and end violence against anti-military protesters after Abdalla Hamdok resigned as prime minister,...

Sudan’s Hamdok Quits As Premier After Failing to Restore Civilian Government

Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok said on Sunday he was resigning, six weeks after returning to his post in a deal with military coup...

U.S. Cuts Off Ethiopia, Mali, Guinea From Africa Duty-free Trade Program

The United States on Saturday cut Ethiopia, Mali and Guinea from access to a duty-free trade program, following through on President Joe Biden's threat...

Internet Service Disrupted in Sudan’s Khartoum Ahead of Protest

Opponents of military rule in Sudan planned their tenth major demonstration since an Oct. 25 coup on Saturday as internet services appeared to be...

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